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Twitter Updates, the 18th Century Edition - Digits - WSJ
"it turns out that the way people share information on Twitter bears some
similarities to the way they shared it more than 200 years before the
service was created in 2006, according to Cornell professor Lee
Humprheys<http://www.cs.unc.edu/%7Ejulia/accepted-papers/Humphreys_HistoricizingTwitter.pdf>,
who has been comparing messages from Twitter and those from diaries in the
18th and 19th centuries."

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